Should assessment center dimension ratings be mechanically-derived?
- Joan PynesAffiliated withCollege of Business and Public Administration, Florida Atlantic University
- , H. John BernardinAffiliated withCollege of Business and Public Administration, Florida Atlantic University
- , Arthur L. BentonAffiliated withDade-Miami Criminal Justice Assessment Center
- , Glenn M. McEvoyAffiliated withUtah State University
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This study examined the relationship between consensusderived and mechanically-derived assessment center ratings using a sample of 110 police candidates. It was determined that the two sets of dimension ratings were highly correlated (medianr=.83). Further, the mechanically-derived and the consensus-derived assessment ratings both correlated with the overall assessment ratings (OAR) at .71. It was estimated that the organization in this study could save $6137.92 a year, and $36.89 per assessee by eliminating the team meeting (consensus decision-making).
- Should assessment center dimension ratings be mechanically-derived?
Journal of Business and Psychology
Volume 2, Issue 3 , pp 217-227
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